Oh, man. I’m sorry about the hiatus. Things have been a little crazy down here in Florida. My son’s 2nd birthday is on Tuesday so we’re preparing for our small celebration. It’s Swaptember at our local zoo–the month when members can go somewhere else for free. We’re thinking the aquarium.
What are your weekend plans?
I’m currently working on my TBR pile. I’ve been a fan of Denise Hunter’s books for years, but I haven’t read them all. I recently downloaded Seaside Letters on my Kindle. I haven’t read it yet, but it’s next on my list.
About the Book
Sabrina never intended to fall in love with Tucker McCabe, the man she serves coffee to every morning at a Nantucket cafe especially since he’s unwittingly tied to a past she deeply regrets. A past that is so riddled with mistakes, it has separated her from God. But she’s fallen hard and isn’t sure how long she can hide her feelings.
When Tucker learns Sabrina is the research assistant for a local mystery writer, he asks Sabrina to help him with a little sleuthing of his own . . . locating an elusive woman he’s fallen for online.
If Sabrina accepts the job, she’ll spend her evenings in close proximity to a man who can never be hers. If she turns him down, he’ll hire someone else and that would be a disaster. Because if someone else sifts through all those letters and finds out the truth, Tucker will discover her secret . . . that the person he’s trying to find is her.
An inspiring Christian romance that reminds us that love covers a multitude of sins.
“Sabrina Kincaid heard the jingle of the cafe’s glass door opening and glanced at the clock above the workstation: 7:12 on the dot. She grabbed the fresh pot, turned toward the tables crowding the Cobblestone Cafe, then headed straight to his table–might as well get it over with–table seven, a two-topper near the front.”
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